Machines can do it
This album was created to show the discovery of evolving sound machines. All the tracks have not been touched or edited. The sound machines were built and turned on while I recorded what happened. Of course a lot of design and modifying was done to them, but in the end they were self sufficient. I would like to show other musicians that they can fabricate a piece of mind and intelligence in a living medium. It is the idea that you can transcend your brain in something none biological.
I believe we will see more releases like this. Perhaps they wonât be just mixed down WAV samples, but releasing the machines themselves so everyone can play and manipulate them. We can exchange other machines and mix and match like playing cards. The main problem right now is computer power and copy write laws on the VSTS. It was very difficult to run these machines because it takes up so much CPU, but I hope to run hundreds of these machines at once, instead of one at a time. They should always be on and streaming somewhere to be found.
November 10, 2011
exellent abstract dangerous ritual
This is very Abstract and hyper nonigurative and seems to provoke a series of questions about art history and childhood traumas. The sounds are played with ideas to display common large glass vitrines and takes place within a fictional sphere to explore the possibilites of an onion shaped universe . Also references the display methods to slightly exaggerated or distort the creatures in our unconscious mind